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Pain down left leg. Why?

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1 Mar
8:16pm, 1 Mar 2021
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Tim of Fife
Back in January, whilst running, I tore my right calf badly. Obviously, for a while, I was weight bearing on my left leg whilst walking.

I now have pain on the left side. A little twinge just below the waistband at the back. And a much more twingy left quad.

Is this just the result of over compensating?
1 Mar
8:29pm, 1 Mar 2021
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alpenrose
I find this website can be quite useful for trying to work out what's happening.

sportsinjuryclinic.net
1 Mar
8:53pm, 1 Mar 2021
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Hanneke
You probably got your pelvis out of whack...

Have a look at youtube, there are some videos showing how to solve that... Alternatively a visit to a physio, if you dont feel confident to DIY it.

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